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Chad Hartzler
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The former West Central Cooperative employee who allegedly took dozens of bribes worth more than $479,000 in exchange for steep discounts on crop seed and other products, is expected to plead guilty today to a federal charge of wire fraud, court records show.
  • Trial set for double-murder suspect
    Thomas Guy Henderson - alleged murderer in a Glidden double homicide - pleaded not guilty in a written arraignment filed on Tuesday. 
  • Appeal: judge abused discretion in child-sex case
    A district judge abused his discretion this month when he twice denied a court hearing to determine whether the attorneys of a Carroll man - who was convicted last month of six felony sex-abuse charges - failed to properly defend him, according to an appeal to the Iowa Supreme Court filed on Friday. 
  • A 38-year-old Carroll man was sentenced this week to up to 11 years in prison for drug possession and weapons charges to which he had pleaded guilty. 
  • Judge again denies new child-sex trial
    A Carroll man's repeat request for a court hearing to determine whether his guilty verdicts for having sex with his teenage niece should be set aside is "nothing more than a fishing expedition," District Judge Gary McMinimee concluded this morning. 
  • Carroll man will appeal child sex conviction
    Steve Schneider will challenge his six felony sex-abuse convictions after he is sentenced for the crimes, his new attorney said Wednesday. 
  • Murder trial set for December
    The man accused of killing Mark Koster in 2009 and burying his body in the basement of his house is set to stand trial for first-degree murder in December. 
  • Man who threatened to shoot deputies gets probation
    A rural Lake View man who threatened to shoot law officers on two nights in January and February if they stepped onto his acreage pleaded guilty last week to harassment and was sentenced to a year of probation, according to court documents. 
  • Ex-Denison fire chief released early from prison
    A judge's decision to suspend the prison sentence of a former Denison fire chief who admittedly stole more than $70,000 from his department won't deter similar would-be embezzlers, according to the assistant Iowa Attorney General who prosecuted the case. 
  • Man convicted of child sex fires attorneys
    A Carroll man found guilty of six felony sex-abuse charges this month for allegedly having sex with his teenage niece fired his defense attorneys and replaced them with a high-profile Des Moines attorney - a move that is expected to delay a judge's decision about the man's punishment, according to court records. 
  • Alleged cop killer faces September murder trial
    The man accused of killing a Rockwell City police officer in September is competent to stand trial even though he suffers from a "paranoid personality disorder," a district judge ruled this morning. 
  • Trial delay likely for alleged murderer
    One of the two Denison men accused of shooting, killing and burning two people in March on a Crawford County acreage waived his right to a speedy trial last week, which will likely delay his June trial for the crimes. 
  • Psychiatrist: Alleged cop killer competent to stand trial
    The man accused of killing a Rockwell City police officer in a September standoff - whose attorney claims he is delusional and paranoid - is competent to stand trial, according to an Iowa City psychiatrist. 
  • Child care murder trial moved to Carroll
    Carroll County residents will decide the fate of a 34-year-old Orange City woman who in October allegedly threw a 3-year-old girl to the ground - fracturing her skull - when the girl had trouble removing her jacket and didn't ask the woman for help. 
  • Man guilty of sex with niece
    Steve Thomas Schneider hung his head as a judge read each of the six identical verdicts of guilty this morning to conclude his two-day trial for having sex with his teenage niece in 2009. 
  • Greenhouse manager to pay $60,000 for river pollution
    The operations manager of a Jefferson greenhouse was ordered last week by a judge to pay about $60,000 in fines and restitution for the estimated 800 gallons of oil that spilled from his business into the North Raccoon River in 2012. 
 
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